The trip kicks off with stops in Wyoming, Colorado, and South Dakota.

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Road trip enthusiasts are hard-pressed to find a better time to hit the open highway than the fall season. The changing colors of leaves, crisp air, and an avalanche of pumpkin-infused products give rise to agreeable moods unlike any other.

Now, thanks to one of the best camping apps around, there is a sparkling new road trip itinerary that will help you maximize each component of the fall season you love the most.

Introducing the Ultimate 2021 Fall Foliage Camping Road Trip from The Dyrt, a top-ranked campground search app on the iOS App Store and Google Play that boasts 2.5 million user-generated campgrounds and an abundance of reviews, photos, and videos that help campers lock in on their most ideal destinations.

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To craft this particular road trip, the staff over at The Dyrt curated foliage predictions and fall colors submissions straight from their extensive camping community before compiling that data into a two-month, 12-state roadie—with plenty of pitstops built in.

The trip kicks off with stops in Wyoming, Colorado, and South Dakota before turning east and meandering through New York and New England, and eventually south toward Virginia, where the trip concludes.

The Dyrt’s Ultimate Fall Foliage Road Trip

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“Fall is the perfect season for camping,” The Dyrt CEO Kevin Long said in a press release. “Temperatures are dropping and the leaves are popping. Foliage is a multibillion-dollar industry, but it seems like it’s over before you know it every year. So, we used The Dyrt PRO Trip Planner to map out the road trip of a lifetime where people can stay at incredible campgrounds during peak foliage for almost two months straight!”

Heatwaves and other impacts of climate change, meanwhile, have made predicting the fall foliage timeline more difficult, as leaves become more prone to changing at unusual times or falling faster than in past seasons, all factors the folks at The Dyrt have taken into account based on each location.

With so many now working remotely, this might be the best opportunity to take that lengthy trip you’ve always dreamed of. But if you’re unable to devote the time for this particular serpentine route, don’t sweat it. Find one of the app’s 11 highlighted campgrounds closest to you and enjoy “the essence of autumn in America,” the company wrote.

“If there’s one near you, make plans to get out to see the yellows, reds, and oranges splashed across nature’s canvas.”